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Women Entrepreneurship in Tanzania: Entry and Performance Barriers

"The overall objective of this study was to identify social, cultural and economic factors that hinder or limit women’s entry into entrepreneurship in Tanzania and those that adversely affect their performance. "

Governance and Pro-Poor Growth in Africa

"This Policy Brief, presents a synopsis of main conclusions and policy recommendations emanating from the deliberations during the seminar. Good governance could improve public investment and reduce poverty in Africa. Public investment is a key ca...

The Impact of Subregional Integration on Bilateral Trade: The Case of UEMOA

"The aim of this study was to evaluate the impact of preferential trade agreements and the monetary union on bilateral trade between UEMOA member countries. With the use of a dynamic gravity model, it was possible to realize that membership in a...

Corruption and Development Some Perspectives

"Following a brief introduction and a section that conceptualises both corruption and development, the core of the monograph examines the complex dynamics that characterise the impact of corruption on development. Corruption has the following ne...

Economic And Social Policies Of Dynamic Southeast Asian Countries: How Applicable are They To Ghana and Africa?

"This paper discusses some of the successful social and economic policies . adopted by the dynamic Southeast Asian countries that could be applied to the Ghanaian and African contexts. The analysis focuses on five main dynamic ASEAN countries: ...

High Poverty Levels in the Face of Sustainable Economic Growth in Zambia

The highlights of this report are mainly as follows: Unprecedented growth was recorded in Zambia for more than a decade after recording an average growth rate of 7.2 % per annum. Growth over this period was achieved by a combination of factors whi...

Politics, Policies and Prospects of the MENA Region

The MENA region is vital for Europe economically as a source of energy and as a large and historically rapidly growing market. However, politically, it is a source of unwanted migration, conflicts, and geopolitical instability. The analysis in th...

L’Inde et le Maghreb / India and the Maghreb

This paper proposes to describe and understand the relationship among the Maghreb and India, the latter being a significant as well as an emerging power in the world today. At the center of this research is the concern to better understand the po...

The Nigerian Economy: Reforms, Emerging Trends and Prospects

The authors have sought to provide some understanding of the Nigerian economy in a clear, simple and concise form. We have taken time to survey some salient aspects of the economy by looking back in time, as well as looking at trends and future p...

AFIDEP News Sept 2014 - April 2015

In ‘Using evidence to set the agenda for harnessing the demographic dividend in Africa’ AFIDEP has been at the centre of promoting this paradigm in the region through advocacy and providing technical expertise to governments to assess the potentia...

The Nigerian Economy Reforms, Emerging Trends and Prospects

This paper sought to provide some understanding of the Nigerian economy in a clear, simple and concise form. Though the Nigerian economy has a complex history that can hardly be exhausted in a monograph, the authors attempted to have a comprehens...

Zimbabwe’s Reforms An Exercise in Credibility – or Pretence?

The reform ball have been firmly in ZANU-PF’s court for some time. The government has publicly committed itself to a reform process that is intended to help reconnect to international channels of credit and investment and an underlying confidence ...

African Journal on Conflict Resolution Vol. 8, No. 2, 2008

"In the first article, Ibaba Ibaba discusses the protracted conflict in the Niger Delta, where immense profits from oil production and sale are channelled to oil companies and politicians, but away from the frustrated indigenous population as they...

Getting Down to Business: Lessons from the African Peer Review Mechanism A Look at the Corporate Governance Thematic Area in the Country Review Reports on Lesotho, Mauritius, Mozambique, South Africa, Tanzania and Zambia

"Focussing on the six Southern African Development Community (SADC) states that have thus far completed their first Country Review Reports (CRRs) – Lesotho, Mauritius, Mozambique, South Africa, Tanzania and Zambia – this report shows that corpora...

Citizen Perceptions of the Economic and Living Conditions in Zambia

"High levels of unemployment, coupled with low salaries and poor conditions of service for most of the few people in formal employment, is a serious source of concern for many Zambian citizens. The rise in fuel prises, especially during the period...

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